Sorting out what I need to do

I'm having kind of a chaotic holiday season here, so although I'm trying to settle back into some kind of actual productive groove, it's a bit of a challenge.

Here are the things I need to do:

1. Process the feedback on Trust and make the appropriate revisions. Once that's done with, I can start actually getting it ready for release.

2. Update the large-print edition of Trang.

3. Write Trials.

And there's random annoying crap, like today I got the print copies of Trang to use for a Goodreads giveaway. So I went to look that up...and they'll only let you give away books that have been published in the last six months. (Seriously? Gee, thanks. I guess I'll figure out something else to do with those copies. I mean, I was hoping to give them away for free. But if you think your readers would rather not....) And Google e-books still has not figured out how it might pay me, because it is stupid.

Anyway, getting back to my to-do list...looking at it, I'm thinking I just need to let go of Trials for the moment. I kind of don't want to do that because I made a real start on it, but I've told people that Trust would be released in the spring, and by rights, I should have already updated the large-print edition of Trang. (I mean, yes, no one has bought it yet, but I would be really embarrassed if someone did and it was all riddled with errors--it really puts the lie to my dedication to accessibility if the large-print edition is crappy, doesn't it?)

Another advantage of working on the large-print edition is that, unlike revising Trust, it is the kind of project I can work on even when my time is all broken up, which it is right now. It shouldn't take too long to do, and hopefully by then things will settle down a bit, and then I can calmly focus on Trust.

And then tax time will be upon us. Oh my dear sweet Lord.

(P.S. I'm still giving out e-books to the LibraryThing people, but already there are five reviews up on LT. So those people work fast! And they seem to take reviewing very seriously--a lot of them told me they wanted a Smashwords coupon instead of a file because that way they could leave a review there.)